Some sage advice on how to make the Cloud work for you.
Why and how teachers should get organized with technology.
GUEST COLUMN | by Adam Schoenbart
It’s 2 p.m. on a weekday and the end of the day is near. You review tomorrow’s lesson and realize that the activity from last year would be perfect for these goals. Now, if only you could remember all the details. You open up a new Power Point, Smart Notebook, or maybe even a Google Doc, and try to reinvent the magic, sadly knowing that you may only come close. You frown, wondering if the old work would have been better, and knowing that it definitely would have been easier to adapt than to recreate. Sound familiar?
Whether you’re in your filing cabinet filled with overhead transparencies or navigating your Google Drive, it’s important to be able to find things. It seems like such a simple and obvious idea, but for many teachers (and…
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